Gallery

We hope that this gallery will develop into a broad collection of photos of the people and places of the Bratton Clovelly parish, including photos taken in previous times as well as current photos showing the many historic places still standing. Please contact us if you would be willing to share your pictures with others through this gallery. It would be good to see both the faces and the properties of the parish.

Thanks very much to those of you who have already contributed photos and helped us to identify photos. We would welcome any more information that you can share on these places.


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Institutions & Landmarks

The Old Post Office

The Old Post Office,
postmasters/mistresses home since the mid-1800s

Clovelly Inn

Clovelly Inn,
previously Pack Horse Inn

Eversfield Manor,19th Century Manor House ©Copyright K Libby

Eversfield Manor,
19th Century Manor House
©Copyright K Libby

National School,Grade II listed built in 1837

National School,
Grade II listed built in 1837

Board School,built in 1877

Board School,
built in 1877

Boasley Cross Community Primary School©Copyright Martin Bodman, Creative Commons Licence

Boasley Cross Community Primary School
©Copyright Martin Bodman, Creative Commons Licence

Bratton Mill,late 18th century©Copyright K Libby

Bratton Mill,
late 18th century
©Copyright K Libby

Bratton Clovelly World War I Memorial

Bratton Clovelly
World War I Memorial

Bratton Clovelly WWII Memorial St Mary's Church

Bratton Clovelly
World War II Memorial,
St Mary’s Church

Crossroads

Bratton Village,
crossroads since Anglo-Saxon times

Bratton Village

Laurel Cottage, Grade II Listed

Laurel Cottage,
Grade II Listed

2013 Scarecrow Event,Laurel Cottage's Contribution

2013 Scarecrow Event,
Laurel Cottage’s Contribution

Ivy Cottage

Ivy Cottage

Rose Cottage,with Parsons Cottage scarecrow contribution

Rose Cottage,
with Parsons Cottage scarecrow contribution

Inglenook Cottage, formerly tailor and police house

Inglenook Cottage,
Grade II listed,
formerly tailor and police house

Church Cottages,Grade II listed

Church Cottages,
Grade II listed

Blueberry Cottage

Blueberry Cottage

Church View,Grade II listed longhouse

Church View,
Grade II listed longhouse

Brenmoor,former Ring of Bells pub then Village Store

Brenmoor,
former Ring of Bells pub then Village Store

Briony Cottage,Grade II listed

Briony Cottage,
Grade II listed

Town Farm

Town Farm,
Grade II listed

2 Mill Park©Copyright K Libby

2 Mill Park
©Copyright K Libby

Unnamed Renovation, near Court Barton©Copyright K Libby

Unnamed Renovation,
near Court Barton
©Copyright K Libby

Roundhouse Barn©Copyright K Libby

Roundhouse Barn
©Copyright K Libby

Beyond the Village

Ellacott Farm

Ellacott Farm

Eastlake Farm

Eastlake Farm

Four Chimneys

Four Chimneys

Tugela,built by a survivor of the Boer War battle

Tugela,
built by a survivor of the Boer War battle

Lower Voaden Farm©Copyright K Libby

Lower Voaden Farm
©Copyright K Libby

Blackbird Cottage,previously Culmpit Cottage©Copyright K Libby

Blackbird Cottage,
previously Culmpit Cottage
©Copyright K Libby

On the Pack Horse Trail

On the Pack Horse Trail

The Church and Chapels

St Mary the Virgin ©Copyright Charles Drown, Creative Commons Licence

St Mary the Virgin
Grade I listed
©Copyright Charles Drown, Creative Commons Licence

St Mary's keeping watch over the village

St Mary’s keeping watch over the village

St Mary's Wall Paintings

St Mary’s Wall Paintings

Rev Edward Seymour Memorial Plaque

Rev Edward Seymour
Memorial Plaque

Old Bible Christian Chapel

former Bible Christian Chapel
Bratton Village

St Mary the Virgin©Copyright Derek Harper, Creative Commons Licence

Boasley Methodist Chapel
©Copyright Derek Harper, Creative Commons Licence